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July 18, 2013 at 7:16 am #22156
The email problem has been corrected and registrations are again permitted.
As mentioned previously, anyone who registered on or after 2013-07-11 (the 11th of July 2013) will have to register again.June 25, 2013 at 8:43 pm #22098
There’s no change to TSI being just a facilitator of seasteading
In the “Comprehensive Seasteading Project” part of the new TSI newsletter
you’ll see that they say “Once we make it to the end of Phase I of this comprehensive study, we hope to spin off a collaboration with real estate developers and investors to actualize the resulting plan.”June 11, 2013 at 8:09 pm #22054
You would have to be flying a “flag of convenience” of some country that gives asylum (since you will be under the laws of that country) and which would back you to the hilt in providing a haven for asylum seekers.
Assuming that such a country even exists, it would probably be simpler for the asylum seeker to just go to that country rather than to seek asylum on a seastead.June 11, 2013 at 6:47 am #22039
KatOnTri, it wasn’t a length issue. For some reason the system flagged that post as spam. I have no idea why. I’ve released it.June 1, 2013 at 5:49 am #22009
A few things to bear in mind …
1. The Seasteading Institute did not buy the ship. It was given to TSI.
2. The Seasteading Institute is a non-profit organization and therefore cannot run a for-profit seastead. That’s why Blueseed is a completely separate entity.
3. It’s not the mission of The Seasteading Institute to do seasteading, but rather to be a facilitator.
From the Vision/Strategy page:
As a non-profit organization, our role is not to build seasteads ourselves, but to set the stage in order to empower others to do so. Our program therefore focuses on business development, engineering and legal research, political and industry diplomacy and building a community of aspiring seasteaders.May 18, 2013 at 10:51 am #21971
That’s a pretty impressive project.
While not a general-purpose seastead where someone like me could go to live, it’s still a big boost for seasteading technology.May 2, 2013 at 6:36 am #21935
Certainly you could grow rice on a seastead for local use.
But yes, transportation costs would likely make it not economically feasible to export rice from a seastead to land.March 13, 2013 at 8:23 am #21824
IIRC, you should be able to edit a post for five minutes after you posted it, but no guarantee that it works.
People complained about the forums when we were on Drupal, but Drupal was a joy to work with compared to the current WordPress+BuddyPress combination. And I’m not just talking about forums.
I really don’t understand why WordPress is so popular. I detest it. I don’t spend any more time on the website than what I have to for spam checking.February 27, 2013 at 6:45 am #21738
Another consideration is that anything that doesn’t move is likely to eventually be grabbed by one land-based government or another.January 9, 2013 at 8:55 pm #21628
I’m not going to merge this thread as it would be inserted into the other thread in a way that would disrupt the flow of that thread.
I’m not an expert on WordPress at all, however as far as I can tell, all of the login handling is cookie-based.
I suggest that you log out, clear all seasteading.org cookies, log in, and make a note of what seasteading.org cookies you have. Then at the point where you appear to be no longer logged in, compare the cookies at that point to what you had before.
What happens if you open the login link into another window/tab, log in, then close that window/tab and refresh the forum thread?
I also suggest that you try a different browser if at all possible. It doesn’t have to have the latest bells and whistles. Right now I’m using Firefox 220.127.116.11 on WinNT4. (That version of FF is the highest that will run on WinNT4.)
Other people with the same authority as you are able to post replies in an existing thread, and you used to be able to do that also. Have you switched browsers, upgraded your browser, switched operating systems, applied patches, or done anything that might affect your browser’s behavior?January 1, 2013 at 3:36 pm #21603
I don’t know why you would have a problem posting to your original Theo Jansen thread, but I merged your new thread into it.December 26, 2012 at 8:44 pm #21594
I can’t find any official documentation on avatar sizes even on the BuddyPress website. Unofficial documentation on third-party websites indicates that the default size for a full-size avatar is 150×150 pixels (and will be thumbnailed to 50×50 pixels).
KenDecember 26, 2012 at 1:51 pm #21590
Unfortunately the only configuration settings I could find is whether or not registered users are allowed to upload avatars. It did not provide any additional information, not even the list of file types that appears on the Change Avatar page.
The only thing that comes to mind at the moment is if the file extension says that it is a JPG but the actual image type in the file is actually something else???
KenDecember 16, 2012 at 10:58 am #21557
I’ve checked Rich’s user account and don’t see any reason why he shouldn’t be able to do anything that any regular user can do.
KenSeptember 30, 2012 at 5:03 pm #21099
While it is required to be a logged-in registered user to post in the forums, there are no restrictions on reading them.
So you should not have any expectation of privacy for anything that you post here.